A Good Voice To Beg Bacon

Yes, the intention is to create a third chamber and anyone who denies that is a fabulist or a cretin

IN what may have been the most revealing but unnoticed Friday news dump of the year, co-author of the Uluru Statement from the Heart Megan Davis told Laura Tingle on the eve of Christmas Eve that the scope of the Voice will be unlimited and all-encompassing. The UNSW professor said the most fundamental “principle” of the constitutional revolution will be that the new house of review must be involved in “lawmaking.” Prescinding from months of minimalist propaganda, when asked by Tingle which issues Voicers will co-govern, Davis confessed: “Well, at this point, virtually every issue.” The “key thing,” she insists, is that the Parliament will be “compelled to listen” – and would be “very brave” not to. Earlier today, Anthony Albanese symbolised the white left’s co-ownership of the Voice by commencing the government’s referendum campaign at the Woodford Folk Festival. For many years an ALP-aligned jamboree, it’s a long way from a shearers’ meeting in Barcaldine or the squalor of what the ABC politely dubs “Kimberley towns.”

This simpatico between the café politburo of white nihilists and the invisible chieftains claiming to represent the most ancient, custom-bound people on the continent is an amazing anthropological fluke. The smugly au fait Prime Minister explains the Voice like show-off Mick Dundee explained how Neville Bell could find his way in the dark. “He thinks his way. A lot of people believe they’re telepathic.” (Like ATSIC, Nev walked into a tree). So what is the lingua franca that unites these two discordant tribes? It can’t be that luvvies respect the ageless wisdom of indigenes. The scrapping of the cashless debit card (despite the pleas of frightened women), the left’s silence on sexual abuse in remote ‘communities’ and the indifference to near universal black opposition to voluntary assisted ‘suicide’ prove it. No, what draws the tribes together is the common language of greed: in exchange for ideological loyalty – the Voice Chamber will of course block the LNP at every turn – ATSIC 2.0 gets constitutionally untouchable rights to money and power. Forever.

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24 Responses to A Good Voice To Beg Bacon

  1. Lee says:

    So in other words, the Voice will be ultimately be funded by people like me, get to make decisions that directly affect me (and presumably my wallet), but because I am not an Aborigine I get absolutely no say in it or its composition (no voting rights for me!), and I am treated like a second-class citizen in my own country.

    This race-based system of government sounds an awful lot like apartheid and “taxation without representation.”
    The latter went a long way to triggering a bloody revolution in America 250 years ago.

  2. Rosie says:

    Please let it be smashed at the ballot box.

  3. jupes says:

    Nothing will unite this country more than to divide it by race.

  4. Old Lefty says:

    When Seven interviewed Albanese at the cricket yesterday, he said he was off to deliver the Bob Hawke memorial address at the Woodford Folk Festival – Hawke, apparently, being a favourite up there.

    So much for #MeToo.

  5. a reader says:

    For what it’s worth, the twitter responses to Albo’s smugness in his own tweets has been very anti The Voice. The questions we need to ask are what do Paul Murray and The Pirate predict? Evidence seems to show that neither of them are good at judging the will of the people

  6. Boxcar says:

    I have set up an alternative email signature.
    The real Voice of Australia rejects the racist, divisive propaganda of the politicians, and their lapdog federal, state, and local bureaucrats

  7. Dunny Brush says:

    My ancestral mob the Irish gave this race-based rights stuff a run already. Worked out well. Ireland still hasn’t and won’t ever recover. But let’s give it a go.

  8. C.L. says:

    The Voice constitutes the creation of a Labor faction as a permanent Privy Council overseeing the old Parliament. Its creators admit its purview is universal. Does anyone seriously believe it will ever back any conservative policy whatsoever?

    Wong has already appointed an “ambassador for First Nations People” to “embed Indigenous perspectives, experiences and interests into foreign policy.”

  9. Baba says:

    So in other words, the Voice will be ultimately be funded by people like me

    Correct. Just like the Woodford folk festival itself.

  10. Lee says:

    Please let it be smashed at the ballot box.


    Accusations of “racism” from real racists be damned.

    I’d love to see the smirk wiped off Albo’s face.

  11. NFA says:


    Have copied your excellent report.

  12. vlad redux says:

    Not only a permanent third chamber, but a permanent opposition to conservatives in government and out of it.

    So of course Albo is licking his lips at the prospect.

    Cabinet and the Prime Minister and local government aren’t even in the Constitution, but this has to be from the get-go! What an utter fraud it is and (the deluded aside) those barracking for it.

  13. C.L. says:

    Goodo, NFA.

    So of course Albo is licking his lips at the prospect.

    And Sleepy Pete still playing the “more details” game.

  14. Buccaneer says:

    The alp has been stacking institutions for decades to be a permanent opposition to conservatives, the abc, almost the entire public service, teachers the list goes on. This is the first time they want to expressly create an institution that will be essentially overseeing legislation. That you need to pass a racial purity test to be part of the voice doesn’t seem to bother nearly enough folk for my liking.

  15. John says:

    The Voice is racist. I hate racists!

  16. Mantaray says:

    Buccaneer. What’s this “racial purity test” claim?

    So far as I can tell there is 100% hostility against any kind of test to prove “Aboriginality”, since it would most likely expose the majority of “Aborigines” to be frauds.

    BTW: much as I’d like to claim my mutt to be a Border Collie, the 11% actual BC in his DNA does not qualify him to carry that appelation. Thus he remains, at best, a Border Collie cross.

  17. Not Trampis says:

    No it is not the intention to create a third chamber ,Anyone who believes that is a cretin.
    When a new law is proposed the government of the day publishes and invites comment on it from any interested party.. That is involvement in lawmaking.

    There is no such thing as a voice chamber and the government of the day can accept, amend or reject any recommendations it makes.

    Take you blue pills before writing rubbish such as this

  18. Entropy says:

    I struggle to tell the difference papas proposed between the Voice and the original intent of the Senate. Except the race based and disenfranchisement aspects of course.

  19. Not Trampis says:

    of course you would.
    The Senate debates and votes on all legislation comin g from the house.
    The voice does neither.
    Another chamber would have to debate and vote on ALL legislation.
    That is why only cretins believe it is another chamber.

  20. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis the first time

    Suuuuure. Whatever you say. Is what you are smoking legal?

  21. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis the second time.

    If you believe it will NOT have an effective veto power, you are deluded.

  22. Not Trampis says:

    boofhead you and the rest cannot even show how they can veto anything and remember a third chamber would examine all legislation.
    Stupid is as stupid does

  23. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    You are so detached from political reality that you cannot comprehend the political leverage that a “Voice” will have. Get out of the faculty lounge, and learn about the real world.


  24. Lee says:

    boofhead you and the rest cannot even show how they can veto anything …

    What is the point of it then?

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